Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Converting to a sketch, part of Revit Stairs Workshop.
- [Instructor] Some of the newer features of stairs…in Revit kind of force us to use pre-defined shapes.…Those shapes are generally rectangular.…I'd like to review how we can convert those boring shapes…into something we can actually use.…By modeling a set of stairs,…we can go back and edit the pre-defined shapes.…Let's jump into Revit.…If you're following along with my exercise files,…let's go to open,…let's find Edit Sketch.…Let's click open.…Let's adjust our view range to look up,…so range base level…let's go to level one.…
Underlay orientation, let's look up.…Click apply.…I want to zoom in here.…Let's go to stair.…Let's set our railing,…let's just use the default this time.…Click okay.…In our properties,…let's make sure our base level is level one…and our top level is level two.…It should be by default.…Normally I'd you have you draw reference plans,…but we don't need to be that accurate…with the outside shape.…
Let's just pick a point along the line here somewhere,…and I want to do a U-shape, like we did earlier.…
- Adding straight stairs
- Configuring stair visibility graphics
- Adding a U-shaped winder and spiral stair
- Adding multistory stairs
- Configuring railings
- Adding a wall railing
- Creating a bullnose
- Riser, stringer, and tread families
- Integral stair landings
Skill Level Intermediate
Revit: Tips, Tricks, and Troubleshootingwith Paul F. Aubin22h 40m Appropriate for all
Revit 2017 Essential Training: Architecture (Metric)with Paul F. Aubin11h 55m Appropriate for all
1. Configuring Stairs
2. Configuring Railings
3. Stair Families
4. Railing Families
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